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Graphical Corruption & No Music
08-28-2011, 01:42 AM
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Graphical Corruption & No Music
I'm trying to play Final Fantasy with JPCSP v2239 and I have no music and graphical corruption. The graphical corruption is not in the game itself but rather in the program's menus and dialog boxes which makes it nearly impposible to navigate them. As for the sound, I get sound effects but no music. Any ideas?

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08-28-2011, 03:53 PM
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RE: Graphical Corruption & No Music
(08-28-2011 01:42 AM)RyanFialcowitz Wrote:  I'm trying to play Final Fantasy with JPCSP v2239 and I have no music and graphical corruption. The graphical corruption is not in the game itself but rather in the program's menus and dialog boxes which makes it nearly impposible to navigate them. As for the sound, I get sound effects but no music. Any ideas?

- Ryan Paul Fialcowitz

Could you please post a screenshot showing the graphical corruption? Thanks! Smile
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08-28-2011, 04:03 PM (This post was last modified: 09-12-2011 02:42 AM by RyanFialcowitz.)
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RE: Graphical Corruption & No Music
(08-28-2011 03:53 PM)Hykem Wrote:  Could you please post a screenshot showing the graphical corruption? Thanks! Smile

The graphical corruption generally corrupts more of the menu then in the attatched file.

Any ideas regarding the lack of music?

Edit
I figured out the music issue, a program called SoundStage is needed- seems like the sort of thing that should be in a Read Me or an F.A.Q. . .

Still having the graphical corruption issue. Where ever I put my mouse within the G.U.I. that error becomes a mess of garbled graphics. My graphics card is an ATI Radeon HD4850.

Further Edit
I've uploaded a more representative screenshot of the problem. I've seen problems similiar to this will older DirectX games like Fallout which had problems refreshing the screen.

Last Edit
The graphical corruption is fixed by running JPCSP in Windows 95 compatibility mode. The downside is this messes up the music, which is not that big of the problem as the corruption seems confined to JPCSP's menus and thus after the settings are set properly compatibility mode can be disabled.

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09-03-2012, 02:37 PM
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RE: Graphical Corruption & No Music
(08-28-2011 04:03 PM)RyanFialcowitz Wrote:  Edit
I figured out the music issue, a program called SoundStage is needed- seems like the sort of thing that should be in a Read Me or an F.A.Q. . .


Could you link to that SoundStage program?
Or give more details?
I am playing final fantasy and have the same no music issue.
I tried googling the program but couldn't find anything useful... To my opinion at least.
Thanks in advance!!
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09-03-2012, 03:27 PM
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RE: Graphical Corruption & No Music
(09-03-2012 02:37 PM)broke1980 Wrote:  Could you link to that SoundStage program?
Or give more details?
I am playing final fantasy and have the same no music issue.
I tried googling the program but couldn't find anything useful... To my opinion at least.
Thanks in advance!!

Actually, it's called SonicStage- my post was in error.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SonicStage

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